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3 Most Artistic Styles of Arita Porcelain: Ko-Imari, Kakiemon and Nabeshima

Arita porcelain, as known as Imari porcelain, has became one of the most major Japanese porcelains all over the world. They are made in Arita town in Saga

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Imari porcelain, also known as Arita ware, was first produced in the 1600s in the Japanese town of Arita. Imari is the name of the port city from which the porcelain was first exported to the West. Imari is highly collectible and comes in many forms besides plates, such as cups, bowls, vases and figures. There are ...

Imari Porcelain: A Timeless Classic - The Glam Pad

Looking for ways to incorporate a timeless classic into your home? Here are several examples of how to incorporate Imari Porcelain into your home.

Imari China Porcelain Plate, 19th Century

About Beautiful Chinese porcelain plate with imari decoration. On this plate, the background is white, there is a blue outline, with blue and red floral decorations. Imari porcelain is actually a Japanese porcelain production site on the island of Kyushu, in the province of Hizen. One of the different styles of Imari porcelain found there is the Kirande style, also known as "golden brocade". It can be recognised by the use of three specific colours (cobalt blue, saffron red and white) but…

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Antique Japanese Imari Porcelain Charger

About Beautiful Imari Porcelain charger with painted with vibrant colors of navy, orange, green and red. Very fine quality!


Trust wonderful Cindy Hattersley to highlight this one. I would have missed it otherwise, since I'm not on Instagram. Have always loved the Virginia countryside and horse country. This is a relaxed, "for real" 1800's farmhouse. Since the pictures are from the owner's Instagram, they are more ...